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Maacah (or Maakah; Hebrew: מַעֲכָה‎ Maʿăḵā, "crushed"; Maacha in the Codex Alexandrinus, Maachah in the KJV) is a non-gender-specific personal name used in the Bible to refer to a number of people. * A child of Abraham's brother Nachor, evidently a boy. (Genesis 22:23,24) * The wife of Machir, Manasseh's son. (1 Chronicles 7:15-16) * One of the wives of Hezron's son Caleb. (1 Chronicles 2:48) * A wife of David, and daughter of Talmai, King of Geshur (1 Chronicles 3:2), a near neighbor of the Maachathites. David fathered Absalom and Tamar by her. * A King of Gath, to whose son, Achish, Shimei's servants fled early in Solomon's reign (1 Kings 2:39). About a half-century earlier than this event, David with 600 men had fled to Achish, son of Maoch, King of Gath (1 Samuel 27:2); but the id

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  • Maacha ist im Alten Testament der Name von neun Personen, fünf Frauen und vier Männern. (de)
  • Maacah (or Maakah; Hebrew: מַעֲכָה‎ Maʿăḵā, "crushed"; Maacha in the Codex Alexandrinus, Maachah in the KJV) is a non-gender-specific personal name used in the Bible to refer to a number of people. * A child of Abraham's brother Nachor, evidently a boy. (Genesis 22:23,24) * The wife of Machir, Manasseh's son. (1 Chronicles 7:15-16) * One of the wives of Hezron's son Caleb. (1 Chronicles 2:48) * A wife of David, and daughter of Talmai, King of Geshur (1 Chronicles 3:2), a near neighbor of the Maachathites. David fathered Absalom and Tamar by her. * A King of Gath, to whose son, Achish, Shimei's servants fled early in Solomon's reign (1 Kings 2:39). About a half-century earlier than this event, David with 600 men had fled to Achish, son of Maoch, King of Gath (1 Samuel 27:2); but the identification of Maoch is doubtful, though kinship is exceedingly probable. * Daughter of Absalom, favorite wife of Rehoboam, mother of Abijah of Judah, and grandmother of Asa of Judah. She served as Queen Mother for Asa, until he deposed her for idolatry. (1 Kings 15:1-14, 2 Chronicles 11:20-22, 2 Chronicles 15:16) * The wife of Jehiel (father of Gibeon). (1 Chronicles 8:29) * The father of Hanan, who was a man in David's army. (1 Chronicles 11:43) * The father of Shephatiah, who was an office man in David's time. (1 Chronicles 27:16) The name is also used to refer to: * Aram-Ma'akah, a small Aramean kingdom east of the Sea of Galilee (1 Chronicles 19:6). Its territory was in the region assigned to the half-tribe of Manasseh east of the Jordan. Maacah, its king, became a mercenary of the Ammonites in their war against David (2 Samuel 10:6). It is probable that the city Abel of Beth-maachah in Naphtali (2 Samuel 10:15) derived its name from its relation to this kingdom and people. (en)
  • Maacah (Codex Alexandrinus : Maacha, KJV : Maachah, Hebreu: מעכה Ma`aKhaH) est un nom du genre non sexué utilisé dans la Bible en référence à plusieurs personnes.Le Premier livre des Rois et le deuxième livre des Chroniques identifient chacun plusieurs personnes différentes nommées Maaca, Maachah ou Maacha qui sont aisément confondues. (fr)
  • Maächa (Hebreeuws: מעכה) is de naam van een Bijbels koninkrijk en van een aantal Bijbelse personen, zowel mannen als vrouwen. De naam is waarschijnlijk afgeleid van het werkwoord מעך (ma'ak), dat ‘drukken’ of ‘knijpen’ betekent. (nl)
  • Maaca ou Maacá (Codex Alexandrinus: Maacha, ACF: Maaca) é um nome pessoal sem gênero específico utilizado na bíblia para se referir a: * Um filho de Naor, irmão de Abraão, com sua concubina Reumá, sendo evidentemente um garoto (Gênesis 22:23, 24). * A esposa de Maquir, filho de Manassés (1 Crônicas 7:15-16). * Uma das concubinas de Hezrom, filho de Calebe (1 Crônicas 2:48). * A esposa de Jeiel, “o pai de Gibeão”. — (1 Crônicas 8:29; 9:35) * Uma esposa de Davi, uma filha de Talmai, rei de Gesur (ib. iii. 3), um reino próximo dos . Davi gerou a Absalão e Tamar com ela. * Pai ou antepassado de . — (1 Crônicas 11:26, 43.) * Pai ou antepassado de , príncipe de Israel, designado líder dos simeonitas na organização do serviço do rei feita por Davi. — (1 Crônicas 27:1, 16, 22.) * Pai de Aquis, rei de Gate, para quem fugiram os escravos de Simei, logo cedo no reinado de Salomão. * Maaca foi esposa de Roboão, avó do rei Asa e neta de Absalão. Foi deposta do posto de rainha-mãe pelo próprio neto por ter construído um ídolo para servir de Aserá. Em 2 Crônicas 13:2 ela é chamada Micaia. Maaca teve quatro filhos. São eles Abias, Atai, Ziza e Selomite. (2 crônicas 11:20) Maaca era casada com Roboão,que tinha dezoito mulheres e sessenta concubinas, mas amava mais a Maaca do que todas as outras esposas. (2 crônicas 11:21) (pt)
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  • Maacha ist im Alten Testament der Name von neun Personen, fünf Frauen und vier Männern. (de)
  • Maacah (Codex Alexandrinus : Maacha, KJV : Maachah, Hebreu: מעכה Ma`aKhaH) est un nom du genre non sexué utilisé dans la Bible en référence à plusieurs personnes.Le Premier livre des Rois et le deuxième livre des Chroniques identifient chacun plusieurs personnes différentes nommées Maaca, Maachah ou Maacha qui sont aisément confondues. (fr)
  • Maächa (Hebreeuws: מעכה) is de naam van een Bijbels koninkrijk en van een aantal Bijbelse personen, zowel mannen als vrouwen. De naam is waarschijnlijk afgeleid van het werkwoord מעך (ma'ak), dat ‘drukken’ of ‘knijpen’ betekent. (nl)
  • Maacah (or Maakah; Hebrew: מַעֲכָה‎ Maʿăḵā, "crushed"; Maacha in the Codex Alexandrinus, Maachah in the KJV) is a non-gender-specific personal name used in the Bible to refer to a number of people. * A child of Abraham's brother Nachor, evidently a boy. (Genesis 22:23,24) * The wife of Machir, Manasseh's son. (1 Chronicles 7:15-16) * One of the wives of Hezron's son Caleb. (1 Chronicles 2:48) * A wife of David, and daughter of Talmai, King of Geshur (1 Chronicles 3:2), a near neighbor of the Maachathites. David fathered Absalom and Tamar by her. * A King of Gath, to whose son, Achish, Shimei's servants fled early in Solomon's reign (1 Kings 2:39). About a half-century earlier than this event, David with 600 men had fled to Achish, son of Maoch, King of Gath (1 Samuel 27:2); but the id (en)
  • Maaca ou Maacá (Codex Alexandrinus: Maacha, ACF: Maaca) é um nome pessoal sem gênero específico utilizado na bíblia para se referir a: * Um filho de Naor, irmão de Abraão, com sua concubina Reumá, sendo evidentemente um garoto (Gênesis 22:23, 24). * A esposa de Maquir, filho de Manassés (1 Crônicas 7:15-16). * Uma das concubinas de Hezrom, filho de Calebe (1 Crônicas 2:48). * A esposa de Jeiel, “o pai de Gibeão”. — (1 Crônicas 8:29; 9:35) * Uma esposa de Davi, uma filha de Talmai, rei de Gesur (ib. iii. 3), um reino próximo dos . Davi gerou a Absalão e Tamar com ela. * Pai ou antepassado de . — (1 Crônicas 11:26, 43.) * Pai ou antepassado de , príncipe de Israel, designado líder dos simeonitas na organização do serviço do rei feita por Davi. — (1 Crônicas 27:1, 16, 22.) * Pai de Aq (pt)
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  • Maächa (nl)
  • Maaca (pt)
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